Fitness + Outdoors
One of the most incredible things about San Francisco is our easy access to outdoor beauty and adventure. There’s no suburban sprawl separating us from the ocean or hills or unobstructed epic views. While most of us find our local outdoor adventure on the ground, two guys have found their outdoor bliss on a highline slackrope high above the ocean.
It’s that time of year when you’re most likely to reckon with your personal workout routine.
To Colin Kaepernick, in the end, the temperature was just that: a number.
When Phil Dawson nailed a 40-yard field goal as time expired to secure a 23-20 victory over the Arizona Cardinals, he accomplished two things: he clinched a hard-fought road win over a divisional opponent and booked the 49ers a trip to Green Bay to meet a familiar “friend.”
I’m a huge fan of urban hikes, what with their secret staircases and craggy vistas. But sometimes you want a hike that feels more like a hike—with big trees and winding trails and no houses.
Love it, hate it, traverse the labyrinth that it is, and you’ll learn to (kind of) love it.
For Bay Area types, it’s an awful, terrible, let-us-never-mention-its-name type of a dungeon, but there’s still a strange, gripping, nostalgic place that tugs at the heart.
It’s the ‘Stick. We hate it, but it’s beautiful.